Yonah Wilamowsky, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Computing and Decision Sciences

(973) 761-9239
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Jubilee Hall
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Yonah Wilamowsky, Ph.D.

Professor
Department of Computing and Decision Sciences

Hired in 1982, Dr. Yonah Wilamowsky is a full Professor in the Department of Computing and Decision Sciences, where he teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in Quantitative Analysis. Dr. Wilamowsky's research interests center on applications of statistics and quantitative methods to the law, business processes, biblical studies, and higher education. His research, which includes both contributions to practice and to the scholarship of teaching, has appeared in Naval Research Logistics, Hakirah, Tradition, Journal of College Teaching and Learning, and Computers and Operations Research. Dr. Wilamowsky has also presented his research at the annual meetings of the Decision Sciences Institute.